AIHA is the association for scientists and professionals committed to preserving and ensuring occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) in the workplace and community. Founded in 1939, we support our members with our expertise, networks, comprehensive education programs, and other products and services that help them maintain the highest professional and competency standards.
Our Vision: A world where all workers are healthy and safe.
Benefits Offered by AIHA
AIHA offers comprehensive health, dental, and vision benefits partially funded by the organization. We also offer a 401(k) match, FSA, Life & AD&D, STD/LTD, flexible scheduling, telecommute options, and paid: holiday, personal, sick, and vacation leave. AIHA believes in developing our employees. As such, we provide professional development opportunities (internally and externally) and tuition reimbursement.
Residency Requirement & COVID
AIHA staff continue to work remotely. We hope to reopen our office later this year, once it is safe to do so. Prior to COVID, and after reopening our office, AIHA staff has the option to work remotely; however, based on our business set-up and to maximize remote work opportunities, AIHA only employs individuals who live in Washington, DC, Maryland, or Virginia. To be considered a candidate must live in, or be willing to relocate to, Washington, DC, Maryland, or Virginia.
About AIHA Laboratory Accreditation Programs, LLC
AIHA Laboratory Accreditation Programs, LLC is a third-party, internationally-recognized accreditation body. Our accreditation programs include: industrial hygiene, food, environmental lead, environmental microbiology, and unique scopes. Accreditation is granted to any laboratory satisfying AIHA LAP, LLC requirements for accreditation.
About the Role
The Accreditation Specialist's primary responsibility is managing the processes of the Laboratory Accreditation Programs. It requires the ability to act as a liaison for technical questions, interpreting technical data and results, and excellent customer service. This position will report to Manager, Quality Systems.
The Manager, Global Meetings manages the successful implementation of AIHce, PSX, and other meetings by performing the duties below personally or through subordinate employees. When needed, they will stand in for the Managing Director, Global Meetings and Business Development.
Reporting to the Senior Manager, Member & Customer Relations, the Member & Customer Relations Representative supports the Member & Customer Relations team. They do so by answering phone calls and responding to emails, maintaining the mail room, interacting with members, keeping the office supplies and kitchen stocked, and resolving issues in a timely and effective manner.
About AIHA PAT Programs
The primary mission of AIHA PAT Programs is to assist participants in pursuing excellence in laboratory services through external quality control program assessment and to promote the practice of proficiency testing both nationally and internationally. Our programs allow an organization to demonstrate the ability to correctly analyze samples of common workplace and environmental contaminants.
AIHA PAT Programs offers renowned proficiency testing to serve those laboratories. AIHA PAT Programs also provides participants an opportunity to improve and refine the analytical skills for their staff, test new methods, or train analysts.
About the Role
The Program Specialist is responsible for assisting in the administration of PAT Programs. Program Specialist reports to the the Technical and Quality Manager, AIHA PAT Programs, and will assist in the administration of the Environmental Microbiology Proficiency Analytical Testing (EMPAT) program, quality system maintenance, and offer general program support in compliance with ISO/IEC Standard 17043. This position works closely with the Director of Operations, AIHA PAT and Registry Programs, the Senior Manager of Operations, AIHA Affiliate Laboratory Programs and other team members to ensure that PAT programs are administered in compliance with relevant internal, international and national program requirements.